Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Dear Connecticut Chief State's Attorney Kevin T. Kane

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note: picture not of Kevin Kane

Dear Mr. Kane,
I was at a Judicial Committee Hearing today at the Hartford Capitol, Legislative Section, Connecticut where you testified live on CTN before I did.

The issue was cameras in the court rooms. Cameras could help curb Judicial, Prosecutorial, Official, Police, and Attorney Misconduct. It would also ensure that officials worked, were respectful, honest, and efficient while on the taxpayer dime.

Judges and prosecutors that may have rented out the courtrooms for retirement parties or are enjoying themselves "in chambers" could not be drinking or doing drugs if there are cameras in the courtrooms and "in chambers". There would be no false allegations of judges "drunk in public". Judges as the one in Oklahoma allegedly did would not be able to pleasure themselves under the bench with the cameras in the courtroom without being removed.

I think there should be cameras and audios in cruisers facing inside, there should be cameras with audios in all areas for prosecutors, court personnel, and for judges. The "funny business" in Connecticut has gone on too long. We the People want the "Official" party over.

I was told that your appearance live on television, C-TN, was of a concern of someone that has monitored those that abuse alcohol and or drugs, were you, sir, under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs when you testified today, Jan. 17, 2007? Did you have any drugs or alcohol?

And, if you did sir, should we, the taxpayers, pay you for today?

Just curious. Please email me a response to

Thank you,
Steven G. Erickson

P.S. I am posting this open letter to you on the Internet. And didn't Vince Valvo accuse you today of not investigating anything regarding judges? Do you dismiss everything regarding prosecutors, judges, and attorneys, uninvestigated? Mr. Kane, do you owe favors for anything?

I am posting this open letter to you on

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it safe to drive on Connecticut roads with a drunk like that out and about? Did Kane drive to that meeting and then drive home? It is time to take the keys.

Thursday, January 18, 2007 8:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Kane anything like Ron White?

Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:23:00 AM  

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